March 1927

Some Observations of the Marine Corps Reserve

Volume 12, Issue 1

WHEN the editor of the GAZETTE requested the writer to contribute a summary of his observations of the Marine Corps Reserveobservations based on the point of view of a regular officer on duty " in the field " with the reserves-he was pleased to have the opportunity of presenting such a summary to the officers of the regular Corps, in the hopes that it not only would give those officers an insight into the problems which have entered in the building-up of the Reserve under the law of 1925, but would also inform the Reserve Officers who are members of the Marine Corps Association in regard to

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Oliver P Smith